South Jersey Shutdown Services
Our office is always working for you, and if you need assitance during the government shutdown you can call our District Office at (856) 427-7000.
Additionally, we've put together this page with information from various organizations that can help.
By visiting the below websites, federal workers can find information and Q&As pertaining to their specific agency's plans and overall guidance.
- Click here for a human resources guide for shutdown and furloughs
- Click here to find your agency's budget contingency plan
- Click here for pay and benefits information for employees affected by the lapse in appropriations
Do you need a letter for a creditor or mortgage company?
The Food Bank of South Jersey is helping provide food for federal workers and their families during the shutdown. Visit their website, or call 856-662-4884 to see how they can help you.
You can also visit Touch New Jersey, based in Camden, for food and resources.
Many financial institutions have updated their terms and conditions for individuals and families impacted by the government shutdown. Please select your financial institution to learn more:
- Ally Financial
- Bank of America
- Better Mortgage
- Congressional Federal Credit Union
- Federal Employees Education & Assistance Fund
- Marcus by Goldman Sachs
- Navy Federal Credit Union
- Old National
- US Bank
- US Employees Credit Union
- Wells Fargo
- Unemployment Benefits
Throughout South Jersey, many restaurants and business are opening their doors to federal employees and/or offering special deals.
Please visit The Courier Post's website to peruse the establishments in our area that are helping furloughed workers.
NJ 2-1-1 is a free, confidential, multilingual information and referral service that connects people in need to resources that may help. Furloughed federal employees and government contractors in need of social services can call 2-1-1 to get help.